Eps 4 â€“ It’s Not For Everyone â€“ Horror News TV The Strain Fan Podcast
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The Strain continues to be the most horrific, disturbing horror on television today. Horror News TV The Strain Fan Podcast Co-hosts Doc Rotten and Dave Dreher recap and review episode 4, “It’s Not For Everyone,”Â discussing the autopsy of Captain Doyle, the betrayal of old man Palmer and the uniting of Eph and Abraham. The show slows down a bit to build character, undermine established relationships, build new ones and provide disgusting insight into the biology of the infected. All that and more on this week’s episode…
HORROR NEWS TV THE STRAIN FAN PODCAST
Season 1 Episode 4 â€“ It’s Not For Everyone
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The Strain is not done with Captain Doyle just yet; or, rather, Eph, Nora and Jim continue to dive into the parasites that consumed the pilot’s body. It’s gruesome, gore and gross – and bloody brilliant! And that’s just the beginning, we also have Â the continued deterioration of Ansel Barbour and the final conflict with Emma. Doc and Dave have lots to discuss as the recap episode 4Â ofÂ The Strain.
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